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Discussion Starter #3
ground floor membeship but not much happening, if something over there doesnt happend soon it will die out pretty fast. not to mention its a pain in the ass to navigate. IMO never been to fond of the collapsible tree type menus
 
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Looked at it, read a few posts.....many established AR sites now, I wish the owner luck but from what little I saw I don't think it will make it.
 
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The site seemed buggy, bottom left corner of my IE reported javascript errors, some of the links I clicked on didn't work. I also thought the width of the main table was way too narrow for present-day screen resolution settings ... all in all it came off as unprofessional and rushed.
 
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Discussion Starter #9
ground floor membeship but not much happening, if something over there doesnt happend soon it will die out pretty fast. not to mention its a pain in the ass to navigate. IMO never been to fond of the collapsible tree type menus
navigation is indeed a bit difficult.
 
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Discussion Starter #10
Pain in the a$$ to navigate...I'll stick with AR15.com
I'll agree with the poor navigation, but not the second part.

There is some good guys on ar15.com....and there are others who :rolleyes:
M4carbine.net is a good site and Stickman's weaponevolution.com has also just begun, should be a site for great info.


But I really do like the EE on arfcom :D have snagged some fantastic deals there.
 
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EE and some step by step stuff is about all I can say ARFCOM has going for it in my mind. But I do have a simple mind :)
 
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Discussion Starter #13
I've found arf.com to be like Glocktalk, if you step just a little out of bounds or even smell of non conformity, your azz is gonna burn in internet hell for it! Don't go to either site much anymore.:rolleyes:
 
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